Brianna Warner
Brianna  Warner


Tracy, Calif.

High School:
Tracy HS '13



Human Development


Aggies shine on Big West All-Academic Teams

A total of 57 student-athletes honored for their work in the classroom from winter and spring sports


Softball earns program-high six All-Big West awards

Brianna Warner, Christa Castello, Ashley Lotoszynski, Marissa Jauregui and Katie Kibby earn end-of-season honors


Softball ends season with close games against CSUN

Six-member senior class honored in Senior Day ceremony following Saturday's doubleheader


Wild finish caps walk-off comeback win

Brianna Warner goes 4-for-4, Aggies score twice in the seventh to snatch a victory from CSUN's grasp


UC Davis ends 2017 season at home vs. CSUN

Program will honor its six graduating seniors following the conclusion of Saturday's 12 p.m. doubleheader

2017: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM... BIG WEST CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (5/8)... Set a new all-time career stolen base record by finishing with 92... Set new Division I-era marks in runs scored (106) and walks (67)... Posted new Div. I-era marks with her batting average (.360), on base percentage (.440) and hits (63)... Ranked No. 55 in the nation in stolen bases per game (0.51)...

Ranked No. 11 in the nation, and No. 1 in the Big West Conference, with her 0.74 stolen bases per game average... Drew 23 walks, tied for the sixth-highest total in the league... Her 37 stolen bases is the second-highest total in the league... Finished No. 2 in the league in stolen bases, one shy of the league high... Stole a base in her first 36 straight attempts this season before she was caught... Including bases stolen last season, Warner swiped 39 bags in a row, within a 52-game timespan between the last time in 2015, and the first time in 2016, she was caught stealing... Set a new all-time single season record when she recorded her 21st and 22nd stolen base vs. Stony Brook (3/12), topping the previous high of 20 originally set by Megan Turman during the 2004 season... Tied a single-game D-I era record by stealing three bases vs. CSU Bakersfield (2/14), South Dakota (2/28) and Iona (3/25)... Aggies have stolen a single-game record three bases on five occasions, Warner is responsible for three of those efforts... Recorded a team-high 12 multiple hit games, including the team's lone four-hit game... Reached base safely in 12 straight games, a team-high... Also reached base in the team's last seven games, and will carry that over to the 2017 season... One of two Aggies named a starter in every game this season... The only player to start all 50 games at the same position (center field)... One of two Aggies who started all 50 games... Led the team with her .392 on base percentage, 46 hits, 37 stolen bases, 32 runs, 23 walks and two triples... Ranked No. 2 on the team with her .301 batting average and 51 total bases... Her 32 runs is the second-highest single-season total in the program's Div. I history... Her 23 walks are three shy of matching a D-I single-season high... Batted a team-high .520 vs. left-handed pitchers... Posted a .452 percentage, the second-highest on the team, as a leadoff hitter... Hit .400, a team-high average, with two outs.

 Ranked No. 111 in the nation with her 0.36 stolen bases per game average... Stole 16 bases, the fourth-highest single-season total in the team's Div. I history... Ranked No. 2 among all Big West players with her stolen base total... Ranked No. 2 on the team with her .386 on base percentage and 21 runs... Ended the season with the third-highest batting average (.304)... Named a starter in 38 of her 44 games played... Named the team's starting left fielder in 32 games and right fielder in another six... Scored a team-high three runs at Saint Mary's (3/22)... Recorded a season-high five at-bats vs. CSUN (4/3) and at UC Riverside (4/25)... Hit her first collegiate home run, an inside-the-park shot, vs. Cal Poly (4/11)... Also hit her first triple as an Aggie at La Rue Field; that took place against Cal State Fullerton (5/2)... Hit the second and third doubles of her career vs. CSUN and five days later at Sacramento State (4/8)... Stole a season-high two bases vs. Stanford (3/4) and Cal Poly (4/12).

Led the team with 11 stolen bases, the league's fifth-highest total alongside four other Big West players... Her .288 batting average was the Aggies' second-highest figure... Tied for third on the team with 20 runs... posted a team-high .522 as a leadoff batter... Named a starter in 36 of 47 games played... Each start took place in the outfield; she was the team's left fielder in 30 games and started in right for the other six... Scored a season-high two runs at Nevada (3/15), and in both games of a doubleheader at Cal State Fullerton (5/3)... Posted her first collegiate double vs. Saint Mary's (5/7, Gm. 1)... Stole a season-high two bases vs. Syracuse (2/21) and at Nevada (3/15).

TRACY HS '13: Earned three varsity letters as a member of Tracy High School's girls' softball team... Earned all-conference honors in addition to team MVP accolades as a sophomore, MVP and SJAA Offensive Player MVP as a junior and all-conference recognition as a senior... Her school recognized her as a scholar-athlete throughout all three seasons as a member of the softball program... With an undefeated record, her team captured the Nor Cal Classic Tournament title.

PERSONAL: Parents are Jackie and Robert Warner... Human development major... Is the youngest of their two daughters... Once pitched a one-hitter in the championship game of the 10U State Championships... Not many people know that she lived on a chicken farm... She still holds Tracy's all-time record for the most putouts at first base from right field... She chose to attend UC Davis because it is the most beautiful campus she has ever seen, locals are generous and the people who live in Davis are beyond amazing... UC Davis makes her feel as if she is living at home... John Adams and John Quincy Adams are her ancestors... Would like to pursue a career in athletics training... Would love to visit Paris, France... "Leave it all between the lines," is her advice to others.

2015 .304/.366/.386 44-38 112 21 34 2 1 1 8 41 14 16 16-17
2016 .301/.333/.392 50-50 153 32 46 1 2 0 8 51 23 29 37-40
2017 .360/.406/.440 54-54 175 33 63 3 1 1 15 71 23 12 28-31
2017 .360/.406/.440 54-54 175 33 63 3 1 1 15 71 23 12 28-31
Totals .318/.357/.396 195-178 544 106 173 7 4 2 35 194 63 68 92-100